This is kinda confusing so I will try to make it as un-confusing as possible. As you look at the engine the PCVValve is centered (left to right) all the way on the back side of the intake manifold (right up against the firewall). If you have REALLY small hands and arms you MIGHT be able to get it, but most likely you will have to remove the intake plenum from the top of your engine. There is a vacuum line that runs from the bottom of your intake plenum to the PCV Valve, so as you take the plenum off, it may pull the valve out with it. hope this helps, and let me know if you need more detailed tips.
Unless you have a different engine than what came with it, yes, you have a Ford 302 EFI. Since it is an EFI, you have no Carb.
There was no Boss 302 Crown Vic; the Boss 302 was a special option only in Mustangs in the late '60's/early '70's (essentially Windsor block/Cleveland heads). You have a standard 5.0L non-High Output V8. The EFI harness in 5.0L Crown Victorias typically terminates at the rear of the engine behind and below the upper intake plenum with two large round shaped connectors. However, if you have a Police Model 87 Vic, it would be the 5.8L 352 Windsor Engine.
10 degrees BTDC with EFI
EFI Technology Inc was created in 1988-10.
some do . some don't
Answer: Like blood pressure, normal should be 160-175PSI. 20-30PSI higher or lower indicates a possible internal problem.
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From what I could find , it looks like the 1985 F-150 with the 302 ( 5.0 L ) was available with the VIN - " F " - 302 with 2 barrel carb or the VIN - " N " - 302 EFI 1985 was the first year a fuel injected 302 was available in the F-150
106 horse power if EFI
The cast of I grammateas - 1988 includes: Giotis Angelos as Bathos Efi Louka as Mikela
depends how many k engine wear and efi or carb simple way to test is take it to a dyno. i have a 1988 firebird with a 305 efi and it has 230hp
there is no carb on the 02 jeep liberty, it is efi.
I believe that fuel injection was available on the 1985 - 5.0 L ( 302 cubic inch - V8 )
Yes, it will work. Take the intake manifold/EFI off the '94 block and put on the 70's block. Should work just fine.
Hi, there, Ford's 1995 SVT cobra mustang equipped with a factory 5.0L overhead valve motor makes 240HP and 285ft-lb of torque. Check out http://autoabsolute.ca
Try the owner's manual or the manufacturer's website.
Efi Andreou has: Performed in "Koubare mou, xeftila" in 1988. Performed in "Erotas se dilimma" in 1988. Performed in "Diazygio al ellinika" in 1989. Performed in "O tokoglyfos" in 1989. Performed in "Thilyki thyella" in 1989. Performed in "Gabros me to zori" in 1990.
If it has any, they would be screwed right into the exhause manifolds on each side of the engine with a wire coming off the end of them.
You don't because anyone who owns a ford should not put a Chevy motor in it.
You'll need to cut the wiring harness out of a donor car that has a matching efi system and transplant it into yours. You'll also need the eec computer from the passenger side dash of the donor car. I would recommend using an early nineties system as they have the mass air sensor on the intake instead of the less useful speed density unit. All though you would have to remove that from the intake of a 90's 302 and transplant it if you're intake is meant for speed density. Worth the upgrade if you plan to do any mods for hp
The cast of Erotas sta kymata - 1988 includes: Alberto Eskenazy as Takis Asteris Angelos Georgiadis Spyros Kalogirou Teta Konstada Lydia Lenosi Giannis Mataragas Dimitris Mavros Efi Pikoula as Efi Johnny Theodoridis Elena Tzavalia
Drivers side is easy passenger side is tough and you must remove the top of the intake to do this. Just the top not the whole thing.
Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)